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Jan 25, 2010 6:00am EST
>> i'm brook hart in washington. days after massachusetts voters delivered a shocking setback to president obama advisors say he will not be pushing the reset button in his second year in office. that story coming up. >> grim numbers from haiti as the search for survivors turns into a recovery effort. >> and before we start gathering up two of every animal, let's find out first how long all of this rain will last. the insta-weather plus forecast as 11 news today continues right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy captioned by thenational captioe -- www.ncicap.org -- >> good morning, everybody. i'm lisa robinson in for mindy basara. >> i'm stan stovall. thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> let's check today's forecast with tony pann. >> just called you noah pann. >> you might be able to take a vote on some of these roads -- a boat on some of these roads. we've had over two inches of rain. there's a lot of standing water. be careful, hydroplaning is a possibility this morning. be careful. and the winds are gusting over 30 miles an hour. if you're drivin
NBC
Jan 28, 2010 6:00am EST
of democrats on health care. in washington, wbal-tv. >> that brings us to our watercooler question of the day. did the president's state of the union address leave you optimistic about the future? email us your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> 15 days after the earthquake in haiti, there are still people being rescued. a 17 year-old girl was rescued from the rubble in port-au- prince. she was transported to a hospital. the national guard has been called into service to help the haitians survivors. a plane will fly out middle river this afternoon carrying some plies. -- supplies. our reporter made it back to tell after being in haiti. have pulled a girl out of the rubble in port-au-prince. from haiti and talked about his experience. >> he pulls the blanket down and it is her daughter. he said, where do i take her body? i said, i know there is a more here at the hospital, but i do not know where it is. he took the body back up and walked off. >> you can see the full interview on our website wbaltv.com. be sure to look at the pictures on the front page. he will be the guest on our show thi
NBC
Jan 29, 2010 6:00am EST
the area. one problem spot on northbound route 1, washington boulevard at montgomery road. debates -- delays developing there. southbound 95 coming out of the northeast toward the beltway, a little sluggish. 11 minutes on the outer loop north side. if the same on the westside. going away from us is the outer loop. looking at an easy ride as well on the westside. it is starting to build there. >> looking at some of our top stories. powerful storms dumped heavy snow and rain across parts of texas. snow blanketed roads in amarillo, making driving tricky. in lubbock, texas there were dangerous road conditions. the storm started as rain and flooded areas before turning into sleet and snow. in abilene some vehicles were left under water. the author of one of america's most controversial pieces of literature has died. j.d. salinger, whose book "catcher in july" spoke tthe ryo youngsters. it was banned for a time in schools. he was 91 years old. >> a target employees in missouri turned her house into a virtual warehouse of stolen merchandise, more than $100,000 worth of chairs, lamps, and
NBC
Jan 26, 2010 6:00am EST
in washington, d.c. >> many are waking moment -- waking up without power as a result of the flood waters from yesterday. residents say it is nothing they had not seen before. it was the worst flood i had ever seen. >> it could have been enough off, it could've been a lot worse. >> that are blocking off the promenade at the pavilion. about 1 foot of man swelled -- water swelled around some businesses in >> military base after the devastating our question haiti, many are in need of basic shelter. many are living in makeshift tent cities. the search for survivors continues as rescue crews hold out hope as they sift through the rubble of collapsed buildings. west -- president obama is calling for spending cuts. he will address that in his state of the union address tomorrow night. >> officials say president obama will announce a three years spending freeze. it could affect air traffic control to education to national parks. it will not affect military or security, or entitlements like medicare. >> let us make the tough choices. every family in america has had to do that in cutting our own budget.
NBC
Jan 4, 2010 6:00am EST
this morning face tough new security rules. 11 news reporter brook hart has the latest from washington. >> new screening rules were not a factor in a security scare last night in newark. after a man walked the wrong way through a check point and disappeared. hundreds of passengers had to be rescreened. flights were delayed hours. now as of midnight, new rules mean tighter security for all travelers bound for the u.s. more random screening, patdowns, bag searches and body scans. passengers from 14 named countries all deemed state sponsors of terror or countries of interest can expect such checks across the board. that includes yemen, the country where president obama said nigerian-born man was trained to carry out the christmas day bomb plot. >> al qaeda in the arabian peninsula, trained him, equipped him with explosives, and directed him to attack that plane headed to america. >> now in custody, investigators are questioning the accused bomb -- bomber about al qaeda in yemen. >> there is advantage to talking to us in terms of plea agreements. we're going to pursue that. >> critics say the case
NBC
Jan 5, 2010 6:00am EST
is increasing 1.5%. northrop grumman is moving its headquarters to washington, d.c. from los angeles. it is considering locations in maryland. the move is expected to happen in 2011. reporting for wbal-tv. >> fighting breast cancer can be a frightening and emotional journey. for some women, after they have seemingly won their battle, breast cancer strikes again. there are things you can locally for risk of getting it the second time. >> in recent study looked at what women should do to avoid developing breast cancer is second time. >> the most important thing is take anti-estrogen medication if you have a certain type of cancer. >> many women do not take these medicines because of side effects. >> do can always talk to your position if we do not tell it one medication well to switch to another one. >> obesity, and drinking too much alcohol and smoking increases the risk significantly. lifestyle changes could cut your risk in half starting with a balanced diet. >> exercise to lose weight to get to the goal weight which would be healthy. alcohol does not have to be completely abstained
NBC
Jan 6, 2010 6:00am EST
dollars to washington in the first place. -- let's stop sending those tax dollars to washington in the first place. >> we need to make sure we are focusing on the small businesses and doing our best to protect these jobs. >> the most volatile congressional race in maryland -- by hon. congressional race in maryland is this one. >> vulnerable congressional race in maryland is this one. a government security training center is being proposed. officials want to consolidate the facilities into a single site. some are concerned their guards will be, an extended range for testing. >> that is enormous. they are up 60 feet away from my back door. >> the facility will be billed to meet certain requirements. >> some lawmakers questioned the deal on a the amount of money that the government is spending on it. >> federal officials laid out a plan. >> we have strict procedures and we are trying to meet those requirements. >> one says the federal government never reached out to state lawmakers in advance of this meeting. he is suspicious of how the government is spending money earmarked for th
NBC
Jan 7, 2010 6:00am EST
>> the mda comes down hard on one of the washington wizard's top stars. find out what price he will have to pay for bringing guns into the locker room. >> and we find out how much of this arctic blast we can expect as 11 news today continues right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> good morning. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> last thursday, you woke up to similar conditions. significant accumulation in the midwest. sleet and rain in the deep south this morning. the system will be here tonight. expect some light snow tonight. some light snow accumulation when you wake up tomorrow morning. 34-37 this afternoon. a winter weather id pfizer is in effect for baltimore from 10:00 p.m. until 10:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. at least this morning is, -- calm. the water main break with temperatures as cold as they are. what were icy conditions. 11 minutes is to drive time on the outer loop. and live view in a couple of spots on the north side of hartford road. doing very well. the
NBC
Jan 13, 2010 6:00am EST
from washington. >> in the capital of port-au- prince, devastation and buildings flattened to rubble. the presidential palace is affected though he is said to be unhurt. there is many can -- much confusion. people looked for love the ones. as aid workers moved in overnight, patients arriving in miami said that the quake rocked the airport as they left. >> i thought it was a plane hitting the building. >> it was such a big impact. secretary clinton is in hawaii. >> we will be providing military relief and humanitarian assistance. our prayers are with the people who have suffered. >> the earthquake occurred just a few miles away from the capital. >> we are going to expect a lot of damage. haitians in florida are frustrated and able to reach family. -- unable to reach family. >> sort and rescue teams -- search and rescue teams in virginia and california are getting ready for their rescue mission. many are set to arrive today. they want to clear the runway and make sure it is safe. wbal tv 11 news. >> if you would like to contribute to the relief efforts, there are a number of ways to do
NBC
Jan 21, 2010 6:00am EST
. >> i'm nikole killion in washington. scott brown comes to town today. that story coming up. >> if you're feeling the need for speed this morning, you might want to check out this stingray power boat. find out how coming up. >> good morning, everybody. welcome back to 11 news today. i'm stan stovall. >> i'm mindy basara. thanks for joining us. tony with a look at today's forecast. inside joke, right? >> whatever happens, you can always deal with it in a safe way. it is not going to be a big deal as far as the precipitation is coming in. by 5:00 or 5:00 we could see light snow -- 4:00 or 5:00 this evening we could see some light snow coming down. a mix of light rain, sleet and snow. i'll give you details how that is going to progress in a few minutes. >> our big story this morning, a late night fire has claimed the lives of four people at a row home in baltimore. >> good morning. this fire started just after 11:00 last night. fire officials say the intensity of the fire posed their greatest challenge last night. a deadly fire in east baltimore. when they arrived, 1624 east oliver was fu
NBC
Jan 27, 2010 6:00am EST
president barack obama will deliver his firsta new poll shows 58 percent of washington. >> there are three words that energized candidates in his campaign. but for president obama to revive that image tonight, things could change. advisers say he wants the senate to pass a new jobs bill, he will create his own panel to attack -- tackle the nation's deficit. republicans say he is wasting time. >> i think he should start by care bill on the shelf. >> that will not happen. >> it is not something the president will give up on. >> how he handles healthcare will be a political risk. >> they are politically broke after going into debt on health care. >> they will call for more federal funding on education and remind the audience of his challenges. >> he inherited two wars and an economy on the brink of collapse. this president walked into about the worst imaginable set of circumstances. >> and america is still standing as president obama tries to recapture the wave of optimism he rode into office. he will say that new faces and fresh energy is needed to turn the economy around. wbal-tv. 11. >> th
NBC
Jan 11, 2010 6:00am EST
the 2008 campaign about barack obama and the color of his skin. nbc's brook hart is in washington with what he sai andt republicans are saying in reaction. >> starting the week, a political food fight. some republicans demanded the senate's top democrat step down. >> i think he should. >> the reason stems from the pages of "game change," an account of the 2008 campaign. senate majority leader harry reid said he believed barack obama could win in part because he was, quote, light skinned with no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one. republican's party chairman pounced. >> democrats feel that they can say these things and they can apologize when it comes from the mouth of their own. but if it comes from anyone else, it's racism. >> reid called the president to apologize. in a written statement president obama said, "as far as i'm concerned, the book is closed." should reid step down? democrats said no. >> i don't think so. first of all, all of us are imperfect. clearly this was a mistake. >> senator reid stepped up, acknowledged that they were wrong, apologized to the president. he's ac
NBC
Jan 12, 2010 6:00am EST
accident on mlk and washington boulevard. watch foreclosures and possible delays in that area. we are seeing volume related slowdowns approaching the beltway northeast which is typical. let us see what is gone on as far as our live cameras. normal delays at white marsh. we are seeing a bit of a slowdown. let's check in with sandra who is cooking it up. i wonder if there is one to be anything left when we come back. >> a couple women are competing for $1 million in a cooking competition. they are finalists. right now we're cooking cookies. they were inspired by your son christopher. you must be a chocolate lover. >> yes, i am. >> they look amazing. reisterstown where she is from. our other finalists made the breakfast pizza. they are competing for $1 million. we have to wait until april to find out if they win. we have a link to the website on our website. the competition is fierce. they will have to create this again within three hours. as far as the forecast goes, a system is trying to come through but not generating a lot of precipitation. things are relatively quiet other than
NBC
Jan 19, 2010 6:00am EST
check on weather and traffic straight ahead. >> in washington, voters in massachusetts go to the polls to fill the senate seat from the late ted kennedy. the entire nation has a stake in the outcome. that story is coming up. >> do not forget to enter the water cooler question of the day. do you think law abiding citizens in maryland should be allowed to carry concealed weapons? email us your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> good morning. we are checking on your maryland commuted. the accident is cleared on the outlook approaching baltimore national pride. there are some delays still in place. volume is coming into place now. it is from liberty down toward the pike. it back up from white marsh down to the beltway north east. 11 miles per hour on the speed sensor there. fire department activity at millington ave. on the harrisburg expressed a pass route 39, watch out for that. that is the latest. over a year -- over to you. >> you may run into a sprinkle today. the forecast for today, a mixture of clouds and some sunshine. a 30% chance of a late rain shower. >> some real political
NBC
Jan 20, 2010 6:00am EST
to haiti to provide much needed care. details are next. >> in washington, the political landscape has changed after a much upset victory in massachusetts. what it could mean for the president's agenda coming up. >> the morning commute looks good so far. volume continues to build. some delays to tell you about. >> a local way you can help those effected by the earthquakt >> welcome back to 11 news today. >> thanks for joining us. >> we see some activity on hd doppler. nothing gone on north of baltimore city. you may see a light rain or snow shower to start the day today in certain areas. the forecast is coming up in a few minutes. >> thanks. >> a major upset in former senator ted kennedy. our washington bureau reporter explains. >> the white house says the president called senator elect brown to congratulate him. the timing could not be more ironic as the president's forces one-year anniversary in office today. states. >> in this next election season that is about to begin -- let them take a look at what happened in massachusetts. what happened here can happen all over america. >> repu
NBC
Jan 18, 2010 6:00am EST
is in washington with the latest on the relief efforts. >> more than five days after the quake the rubble is still giving up survivors. four hours of patient work. >> i'm bruised but that's it. >> virginia workers pulled a u.n. worker to safety. >> he wasn't trapped physically around his body. he was trapped in an area. so physically he's in good shape. >> miracles, too, out of a collapsed five-story market. rescuers freed a woman. her son in south florida got the news. >> her knees are injured from just being on her knees for five days. but other than that she's absolutely fine. >> stunningly, it was a team from her hometown fire department that first reached her. >> i did not know that she is from pembroke pines. that is amazing. >> the good news is rare. desperation in haiti is at a boiling point. >> there's no order, no security. anything could go down at any time right now. >> there's growing competition for water and fuel. orphan children wait. u.s. paratroopers are delivering food but need and tension are up. >> there is increasing incidents of security. we are going to have to deal with it
NBC
Jan 22, 2010 6:00am EST
at 10%. >> nicole killian reporting from washington. >> after three decades of protection, the bald eagle population in maryland appears to be coming back from the break. number is estimated to be over 1000. they are considering removing it from the list of threatened species for the state. a pesticide had caused the eggs to become brittle. they are crediting the ban on that pesticide. >> traffic pulse 11 and insta- weather plus. >> a detective traffic light in cockeysville iat falls radoad. normal delays at white marsh on 95. volume continues building at liberty, and officials delayed. sandra shaw is in towson checking on the weather. we are breathing a sigh of relief, all of us. >> there's nothing going on right now. things are fine. we cannot rule out light precipitation later today. the temperature is not going to deviate from where it is right now, not much. today we will reach the upper 30's. a brief respite tomorrow, a little more sunshine. before storms entering sunday through monday. colder air in the middle of next week. that is it for now. back to you. >> 35 degrees on tv
NBC
Jan 15, 2010 6:00am EST
the population of the capital and suffer much more quickly from infections. brooke hart reporting from washington. >> while the impact of the devastation continues to be felt in maryland, as some tried to do -- get into provide aid and others wait for word about the safety of their loved ones. jennifer franciotti joins us with some of those incredible stories. >> it is a waiting game either way. a catonsville family is believed after finding out their daughter is alive and on her way home. emanuelle was doing missionary work on the haitian countryside. she was able to contact her family in maryland thanks to skype. she's on her way home. if a mission group from the new hope church in fulton in howard county is hoping to get to haiti as soon as possible. if they were about to go there when they got the word of the earthquake. there were going to set up wells and it set up medical clinics. they had already sent a shipment of supplies and drilling equipment. they are now trying to decide how the mission will go forward. >> trying to decide whether we can accomplish the tasks we set out for ourselves
NBC
Jan 8, 2010 6:00am EST
front porch in washington state. this morning we're happy to tell you that story has a happy ending. you'll recall that the family's outside security cameras caught someone stealing the penguin from their doorstep. after the story aired on the local news station, alexis and her father found the pilfered penguin in a garbage bang alongside their home, and there was a note apologizing inside. >> that was very nice. >> they are probably very pleasant people. they just made a bad decision. and at least they were, you know, good enough to own up to it and bring it back. >> they say all is foregiven, but they're going put that penguin in the back yard from now on to mack sure nothing else happens to t. >> i'm so happy there was a happy ending. >> there's good innocents world. >> 6:41, 26 degrees on tv hill. coming up, we'll take a look at the morning headlines. >> not too bad for our morning commute. we'll have the very latest and a look outside coming up. >> at this point the snow is almost over for almost the entire area, so the real weather headline is it gets wendy and a cold one today. th
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